EQUINET Webinars on Climate justice and health equity
Climate-related challenges affect every experience and dimension of health equity in the region. EQUINET invites you to explore this with us in a series of cross-cutting webinars in the coming months. The first webinar on how climate justice intersects with protection of the right to health,  hosted by the Center for Health, Human Rights and Development (CEHURD) was successfully held in July with three interesting speakkers from local/national,  regionaland global level and participant views and comments. If you missed it  you can watch the session at .

The second webinar session on Climate Justice and Urban food and waste management systems was held on  Tuesday 29th August  hosted by Innovations for Development in EQUINET. The webinar focused on how climate intersects with urban food systens and waste management systems, and their link to water, energy and green spaces.  Speakers presented experience on these issues at community/local level, at national level and at global level.  The full webinar can be viewed at

Join the next webinar on climate justice and primary health care systems on October  25th! 
The next webinar session is on Climate Justice and prmary health care systems on  Wednesday 25th October  1400 Southern African time (1500 East  African time)  hosted by REACH Trust Malawi and IWG  in EQUINET. The webinar will particularly focus on how climate intersects with equity oriented primary health care systems.  We will hear from speakers with experience on these issues at community/local level, at national level and at global level.  Visit the link here to register. 

Expanding promising practice on urban health and wellbeing

EQUINET is supporting a community of practice on promising practice for sustained urban and periurban wellbeing in east and southern Africa to share and review evidence on practice features that could be scaled up across countries.  Visit the analytic framework that the community of practice is working with,  see the report of the regional meeting.  We have just closed the call for holistic case studies on urban health. Please contact us if you are interested in this area of work and have interesting experience, tools and practice to share!